Five men accused of plotting to take a fishing boat to Indonesia and eventually join extremists in Syria, are on their way back to Melbourne.
The group was arrested in Cairns last week, reportedly with the seven-metre vessel in tow.
Now they are seated inside a specially-chartered plane on their way to face Court, a flight which takes around three hours.
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Islamic preacher Musa Cerantonio, Shayden Thorne, Kadir Kaya, Antonio Granata and Paul Dacre face charges.
If found guilty they face a maximum penalty of life behind bars.